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Kingdom Come is the sixth episode of the first season of Millennium.
Co-Starring: Terence Kelly (Detective Kerney), Jan Burrell (Jill Harned), Laurie Murdoch (Father Schultz), Peter Haworth (Reverend Jack Harned), Ed Harrington (Marcus Crane), Arnie Walters (Father Silas Brown), Roger Allford (Golfing Man), Brad Wattum (Reverend), Ralph J. Alderman (Motel Manager), Wanda Wilkinson (Sister Beatrice)
Uncredited: Alan Legros (John Matewon)
Frank works with an old FBI team member after a priest is found burned at the stake. They both recognise that it fits the pattern of similar murders that abruptly stopped four years ago. More men of the cloth are killed, but the man's target may be internal, not external.
First Act Quote
- intense darkness
- That one can feel it."
- Exodus 10:21
- Tacoma, Washington
- Seattle, Washington
- Cheyenne, Wyoming
- Rockford, Illinois
Behind the Scenes
- When Calloway tells Frank "Then you don't believe in God.", Frank was going to simply respond with "No," but Henriksen improvised the line heard in the episode.